Prequel aims high and misses.
Before I get into this review, let it be known that before I even sat down to watch Young Detective Dee: Rise of the Sea Dragon, I already had a problem. If there is one thing that sequels have going for them is that at least they are not...
A spirited murder mystery.
If critics and audiences have placed far too much attention on the mythical traditions of the East when viewing the crowded marketplace of historical epics over the last two decades, Asian filmmakers have only themselves to blame.
Costume piece cleverly combines action with comedy.
BRISBANE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: There’s a delightful air of 'anything can happen’ in actor/director Jiang Wen’s Let the Bullets Fly. It’s a wonderfully over-the-top genre satire that manages to name check a shopping list of pop culture...